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Maxthon v5.2.7.400 crash subprocess

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Maxxthon Downloader giving multiple output screens which means some leakage happening for maxthon downloaer, please fix it....v5.2.7.400

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2 hours ago, 22518361 said:

Maxxthon Downloader giving multiple output screens which means some leakage happening for maxthon downloaer, please fix it....v5.2.7.400

Hi there, you said another issue? Could you provide a short video or screenshots?

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6 hours ago, PirocaHP™ said:

I came back to inform and show that after disabling the Google Menu, problem persists.
Maybe the problem is some other extension or Adblock.

See the attached video.

Processo_interno_crash_1.mp4

Please try to delete Google Menu.

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I have had exactly the same problem with many Mx5 versions and only have the Adblock Plus and Mining Go extensions installed and enabled.

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6 minutes ago, Ldfa said:

I have had exactly the same problem with many Mx5 versions and only have the Adblock Plus and Mining Go extensions installed and enabled.

Please use the attached tool "procexp" to check the process which occupied the CPU.

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procexp.exe

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this crash has been around since adam was a lad - for me if i leave it for a minute or two after the screen shrinks Maxthon sorts itself out and all is ok 

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Hello,

Please display the command line, you can see the feature which occupied large CPU.

Right-click the "Company Name">"Select Columns">check "Command Line".

MaxthonSnap20190218171402.png

MaxthonSnap20190218171511.png

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16 hours ago, Ldfa said:

The command line that crashes is always the same

Please disable the Adblock first, then check the URL which causes this process.

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7 hours ago, BugSir006 said:

Please disable the Adblock first, then check the URL which causes this process.

Yes, it corresponds to the Adblock extension effectively.

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12 hours ago, Ldfa said:

Yes, it corresponds to the Adblock extension effectively.

Hi Ldfa,

Which website did you access? Could you send the URL to me?

 

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